Hostel Franz Kafka

Kaprova 13/14, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Day 34 - Prague, Czech Rep.

A travel blog entry by byrneymack


... some don't open till late or at all. So it does make it slightly harder to find the bar your after. The weather is getting extremely cold now and is expected to snow over the next couple of days. You could probably tell by the pictures we have to definitely rug up now. We ended up finding a place that had some live music, so we finished the night there after a few more bevvies. A pretty relaxing day in the ...


A travel blog entry by makkah


... to step out. Although the hotel seemed to be in the middle of nowhere it really wasn’t, I found out the next day that the city centre was just a quite stroll down to the main shopping district

Day 2

Back home I was advised by my friendly travel agent that to visit Prague Castle it would be a good idea to book a short half day tour, what with the castle being quite high up the climb on foot might be a little tough for me, I ...

A Tired Travel Day

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... way there just as boarding started. We got to the front of the line, then were told we weren't allowed to bring the guitar on board!!! Not again!! After waiting there, and Darren telling them he wasn't going to pay to bring it on board, they made a few calls and eventually told us we could take it on. "Just this once!" Lucky! We got on, found our seats, and I reckon I was asleep before we even took off! When I woke up, we were descending into Prague, ...

Czech out the Answers to your Questions

A travel blog entry by glieden18


... I would say that anywhere you go, you learn how to say cheers and that is is normal to always say cheers before drinking.

Grandma Sakry asked what the religion in Hungary is? Which way do the rivers run? what time of day does the sun set?

The main religion is Christianity and then Jewish. The river flows SouthEast in Hungary, the main one is the Danube. The sun sets around 9pm, in Norway it set at 11:30pm and rose at 4:30am.

Betty asked about the flowers ...


A travel blog entry by bkerr


... the city because it was buried. Prague has major flooding problems, particularly back before the city was raised up. As a solution to the flooding problem, they raised the entire city (the old town area at the time) a whole floor level. Some areas were raised a little more or less than a floor. They basically gradually raised the street level area by area and the space underneath was turned into cellars or ...

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